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Next upgrade is the ecu flash and air intake. My question is about the air intake. On a car, the main thing was surface area, filter placement, and tubes that are as straight as possible.

On a bike, there is one bend! A filter can be replaced. Are there big differences between the $300 intakes and the <$100? At this point I'm guessing it must be the finish and the filter quality? Am I on the right track?
 

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Velocity stacks are by far and away the most efficient way to get the best air flow to a naturally aspirated engine.
 

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I don't ride on that raggedy edge enough that the minor differences between intakes will be hugely evident. I also am not sure that the Fury is a good bike for that. So I went with what I liked the looks of. Kuryakn Velociraptor, is very much like a simple velocity stack, but it has a filter.

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I have a spike air cleaner that was made in China. It's 8 /12 years old and going strong. All I do is change the air filter element and polish the chrome. The US made spikes are very nice but they are 4 times the price and they use the same filter element as the Chinese ones.
 

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If you want to get creative and have lots of options, you can make a Sportster/Harley style intake work too. There are a few ways to do this.
This happened to be the way I did it:

 
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I really like the look of that filter. I am new to Fury - as of last evening- but I always like my bikes to breath a little easier. It has V$H slip ons from previous owner - where did you get this one may I ask?
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